Dr. Brent D Pulley D.M.D., LTD, Dentist

Dr. Brent D Pulley D.M.D., LTD


1442 E Chandler Blvd Suite 110 Phoenix AZ, 85048



Dr. Brent Pulley is a Dentist practicing in Phoenix, AZ. Dr. Pulley specializes in preventing, diagnosing, and treating diseases and conditions associated with the mouth and overall dental health. Dentists are trained to carry out such treatment as professional cleaning, restorative, prosthodontic, and endodontic procedures, and performing examinations, among many others.

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  • Do white fillings get stained?

    White fillings can definitely get stained. Dietary items that can stain fillings include wine, coffee, berries, and tea. Smoking can also cause staining of the fillings from the tar residue. The best way to avoid staining is to brush and floss frequently and you must also increase the amount of times you see your hygienist for professional cleanings. The best way to avoid staining is to avoid the items that can stain the fillings. READ MORE

  • What is the best material for a tooth implant?

    The best material for an implant is currently titanium. Do not settle for less! READ MORE

  • Does food get under implants?

    Food cannot get under implants because they are embedded into the bone. You can, however, get food caught under the implant crown if it is too large or poorly designed. Have your dentist check the restoration if you are having that kind of issue. READ MORE

  • How do you fill a cavity between two front teeth?

    Cavities between the front teeth are a little tricky because we have to access them from the front or the back of the tooth depending on where the cavities are. The procedure is very simple once all of the cavities are removed. We just add the filling material to the newly prepared clean area. READ MORE

  • What happens if the blood clot comes out after tooth extraction?

    The blood clot is there to form a barrier for the extraction site to heal comfortably. Losing the blood clot too early may expose the bone and cause a very uncomfortable pain known as "Dry Socket." You will still heal, however you may have to make additional trips to your dentist so that he can pack the socket with medication to alleviate the pain. Your pain will dictate if you need to see your dentist or not. READ MORE

  • What to expect after a deep filling?

    Deep fillings mean that the decay is very close to the nerve of the tooth. There is a high probability that the tooth may need a root canal at some point. Expect your tooth to be very sensitive for up to a month afterward. You may need to have Root Canal therapy on the tooth if it continues to have pain beyond that time or it gets worse. READ MORE

  • Why is my tooth growing sideways?

    I would have to know which tooth you are talking about to give you a better answer. Generally teeth will grow in all kinds of different directions due to crowding of the teeth or because of the size (large or small) of your mandible (jawbone). The teeth that tend to grown in sideways are your wisdom teeth. I hope this answer helps a little. READ MORE

  • How does baking soda clean the mouth?

    Baking soda is abrasive, like sand. It is mixed into the toothpaste and makes it grainy. Brushing the teeth with either toothpaste mixed with baking soda or baking soda alone acts like a polish and cleans the surface of the teeth. It will not clean well if there is hardened tartar on the teeth. Make sure your teeth are professionally cleaned prior to using the baking soda products to make sure it is effective. READ MORE

  • Why does the gum around my crown hurt?

    There can be several reasons why the gums may hurt. There may be a build-up of plaque around the tooth causing the sensitivity if you haven't had your teeth cleaned lately. There may be traces of excess cement if you just had the crown placed irritating the gums. You may have bone loss around the tooth (periodontal disease). The only way to find out for sure is to go and see your dentist so he/she can examine it. READ MORE

  • Will my teeth shift if I lose a molar?

    Your teeth will shift if you lose a molar. The tooth just behind the missing tooth will drift into the missing area. The tooth below the missing tooth will begin to shift upward into the missing area (Super-erupt). This process could take months or even years depending on how quickly your body adapts to change. You should see your dentist as soon as possible to come up with a plan to replace the missing molar before the shifting process begins. READ MORE

  • Does periodontal disease go away on its own?

    Absolutely not. Periodontal disease is a progressive disease that only gets worse with time. The end result is a loss of teeth. There is currently only one way to treat the disease and that is with Periodontal treatment. The treatment consists of a Scale and Root Planning (deep cleaning) and subsequent follow-up cleanings (perio maintenance). On top of all that, the patient must maintain a rigorous home care habits to slow the disease. I suggest you go to your dental office immediately if you value your teeth. Get a second opinion if you want to be sure. READ MORE

  • Should you rinse your mouth with water after mouthwash?

    There is no need rinse after the mouthwash, unless you just don't like the taste. It will work better the longer it is in the mouth. READ MORE

  • How long do you have to wear gauze after a tooth extraction?

    Gauze is given to stop the initial bleeding immediately after the extraction to help form a natural clot. You generally have to use the gauze for a half hour to forty-five minutes, for a single tooth extraction, with no complications. Even less time if there are sutures involved. READ MORE

  • What can I take for tooth nerve pain?

    Tooth nerve pain is usually caused by an inflamed nerve in the tooth (pulp). The best thing to use at home would be 800 mg of Motrin (ibuprofen). It is especially good for inflammation. The next step is to see you dentist as soon as possible to see if you need to have a filling placed or a root canal. READ MORE

  • My filling hurts with the slightest amount of pressure?

    Your bite may be slightly off after treatment. Generally, any adjustments to your new fillings are done while you are numb and laying back in the chair. This can throw off your bite slightly and you won't notice until your numbness is gone. You should go back to your dentist for a "bite check" to check it out. Pressure pain can be caused by even a slightly high filling. READ MORE

  • How long should you wait to eat after a filling?

    You should wait until the numbness wears off for the the composite (white) fillings and at least 24 hours for the amalgam (silver) fillings before eating on them. READ MORE

  • What can't you eat with dentures?

    The answer to this depends on how well your dentures fit. You definitely shouldn't eat anything that is hard or crunchy. These items can break your dentures. You generally lose about 70% of your chewing capacity once you lose you teeth and get dentures. You may want to upgrade to an implant supported denture if you want to enhance your chewing ability and pleasure while eating. You should stick to a softer diet and cutting up your food into smaller pieces to help with the eating until you are ready to upgrade to an implant supported denture. READ MORE

  • How long does a partial denture last?

    A partial denture should last up to and beyond 20 years if it is well made and taken care of at home by the patient. Well made means a very accurate impression at the time of treatment, a strong metal substrate, and quality resin teeth. Proper home care includes keeping it clean, not eating anything hard or corrosive to the materials, and having it checked periodically by your dentist for proper fit. Quality is the key here. READ MORE

  • How do you flush out a dry socket?

    You should never flush out a dry socket. Dry sockets develop from losing the natural clot formed after the extraction, usually from a manual manipulation of the clot from swishing or flushing of the area. The best thing to do if you have a dry socket is to have it professionally packed by your dentist and then leaving the area alone until you are directed to do otherwise. READ MORE

  • Can teeth grinding cause headaches?

    The answer is yes! They are absolutely related, however, that may only be one component as to why you are having the headaches. The dental reason is that you are using your mouth muscles all night to grind you teeth causing your muscles to be sore from working out all night. The other component is stress causing you to grind at night. We recommend a night guard for you to grind on rather than your teeth. READ MORE

  • Does Invisalign mess up your bite?

    Invisalign in a dental office, with a licensed dentist is a great way to straighten your teeth and it will not disrupt your bite. The trick is to make sure you align both the top and the bottom teeth at the same time. Stay away from the non supervised online aligners available online. READ MORE

  • Can I drink coke after a root canal?

    You can drink and eat anything you want after a root canal, as long as your numbness is gone. You should consider that the coke may have been a contributor to the reason you may have needed the root canal in the first place! Make sure you brush and floss after drinking that coke. READ MORE

  • What happens if food gets in your wisdom tooth hole?

    Generally, food that gets caught in a wisdom tooth hole will work itself out on its own. It is usually not a problem unless it starts to cause you pain or if it happens right after the treatment within the first few days. You can go to your dentist an have the extraction site professionally irrigated if that happens. READ MORE

  • What is a home remedy for tooth pain?

    This would depend on how severe the tooth pain is. Mild tooth pain from loosening baby teeth or new teeth coming in may only need topical anesthetic like Oragel, liquid Motrin, or ice application (ice pops, popsicles, etc...). Anything more painful than that and you should seek professional help from your dentist. READ MORE

  • Can coconut oil cure periodontal disease?

    Absolutely Not! That is a fairy tale that exists only on the internet. Coconut oil cannot cure periodontal disease, stop decay, or repair teeth. The only treatment for periodontal disease is more frequent visits to your Dental Hygienist and excellent home care. See your dental provider for a scientific treatment of periodontal disease. READ MORE

  • Does coffee cause enamel erosion?

    Coffee does not cause enamel erosion on its own. Although it may contribute to it if you have a diet that is very acidic. The bigger concern with coffee is that it can stain your teeth, especially if you do not get them professionally cleaned twice a year. Daily brushing and flossing supplemented with biannual visits to your dentist should keep your teeth erosion, and stain free. READ MORE

  • Is lemon water bad for your teeth?

    Lemon water is fine for your teeth. Straight lemon on the teeth is not good. The citric acid can etch your teeth and make them more susceptible to cavities. Just make sure you have a high water to lemon ratio and you will be fine. READ MORE

  • What can you do for sensitive teeth pain?

    The teeth can be sensitive for a variety of reason. The most common reason for sensitivity is the presence of a cavity. The teeth will become sensitive to cold and sweets at this stage and should be a red flag to get the child to the dentist for evaluation. The next stage is pain and at that point it is usually means a root canal or an extraction. My advice is to not take the chance and see your dental provider right away to rule out the worst. READ MORE

  • What is the strongest crown for teeth?

    The strongest crown for a tooth is a metal (gold) crown for the back and a Zirconia (tooth colored) Crown for the front. You may not need the strongest material in all areas of the mouth, especially in the front where aesthetics matter more. We recommend Emax ceramic crowns in the front teeth where looks and strength matter the most. READ MORE

  • Is brushing your teeth 3 times a day bad?

    Absolutely not! Brushing and flossing your teeth after every meal is the most ideal way to take care of your teeth. You must insure, however, that you use a soft toothbrush when you do so. So brush on! READ MORE

  • Can tooth decay form under a dental bridge?

    The short answer is yes. Crowns and bridges replace the missing enamel and protect the underlying dentin and repaired cavities at the time of placement. You can still develop new cavities around the newly placed crowns and bridges if you do not keep the areas clean. Exams and professional cleanings twice a year will help you maintain the new restorations. READ MORE

  • How many hours a day do you wear dentures?

    Dentures are worn at the discretion of the patient. However they should be taken out at night and cleaned thoroughly before bed. They can be placed in again in the morning for breakfast. So the answer to your question is anywhere from 10 to 18 hours a day. READ MORE

  • Is a zirconia crown better than porcelain?

    Zirconia is stronger than porcelain, however, it lacks the aesthetics of porcelain. Generally, zirconia is used in an area where there are heavier biting forces, like molars. Porcelain is better suited for front teeth. Porcelain is still very strong and can be used on molars. READ MORE

  • Does the dental hygienist clean your teeth?

    Yes the Dental Hygienist is the professional that cleans your teeth. They are actually the primary care provider when it comes to your gum care. Healthy gums means healthy teeth! READ MORE

  • Is Invisalign more permanent than braces?

    Invisalign is a teeth straightening procedure that utilizes aligning trays instead of traditional braces. They both do the same thing and are only as permanent as the patient is diligent in wearing the retainers after the procedure is completed. The proper usage of the retainers is the only way to make the orthodontics permanent in both cases. READ MORE

  • Can you get a cavity under braces?

    The answer is yes. The brackets and wires used to move your teeth create new places for plaque to hide. Therefore it is imperative that you up your game in terms of home hygiene care to avoid getting cavities during orthodontic treatment. Brushing and flossing often and making more frequent visits to your Dental Hygienist is a must to avoid getting cavities. READ MORE

  • Does coconut oil whiten teeth?

    Absolutely not. Coconut oil does not whiten teeth, remove cavities, or my personal favorite, grow your teeth back. Don't be fooled by all the fake information on the internet. READ MORE

  • How can I remove the dark stains from my teeth?

    Most stains can be removed with a simple cleaning appointment with your Dental Hygienist. Stains can inside the teeth also and they are known as intrinsic stains. These stains are part of the tooth anatomy and cannot be removed. Sometimes stains in the the teeth are actually cavities and they can only be removed by fixing the cavities. You should go to your dental office to determine what kind of stains you have in your mouth. READ MORE

  • How long do dental implants last?

    Dental implants are designed to last a lifetime. However this is highly dependent on the skill of the dentist placing it, the type of implant, and most importantly, the home care of the patient. Longevity of the implant is highly dependent on any and all of these variables. Bottom line is you get what you put in to it! Choose a good dentist, use the best materials, and practice good home care and maintenance and the implant will last a lifetime. READ MORE

  • How long does a dental bridge procedure take?

    The size of the bridge will determine how long the procedure will take. Generally, it takes about 35 minutes per abutment tooth (bridge base teeth) to prepare the bridge. READ MORE

  • How long after wisdom tooth removal should I not eat?

    You should eat as quickly as you are able to, although with a soft diet at first for about a week. You should wait to have solid foods until after you have had your stitches removed and your dentist has cleared you to do so. Rest and nourishment will be your best friends in those critical first few days. READ MORE

  • My dental crown came loose, what next?

    See your dentist as soon as possible. You may just need to have it recemented if you are lucky. Most of the time, crowns come off for due to a more pressing problem like new decay. You may need to have a new crown made. READ MORE

  • How can I treat swollen gums at home?

    Swollen gums are usually a sign of some kind of infection. It is caused by bacteria and in its mild form it is known as Gingivitis. This can be treated at home by daily brushing and flossing at least twice a day. You may have a more advanced form of the condition known as periodontitis. This condition cannot be treated at home and will require a professional cleaning by a Dental Hygienist. I highly suggest that you see your dentist ASAP to evaluate your situation. READ MORE

  • How can I protect my teeth from cavities?

    Your best defense is brushing and flossing on a daily basis, after each meal is best. It doesn't hurt to add in a little mouth wash at the end of the day. You also want to get you teeth checked and professionally cleaned at least once a year (twice is better). Don't forget to ask for your fluoride Treatments as well! READ MORE

  • What can I eat one week after wisdom tooth removal?

    What you can eat will depend on a few factors, including difficulty in removing them, stitches, and your overall recovery rate. Soft foods are generally recommended for the first week. The doctor will recommend what you can eat after your follow-up appointment, depending on how well your home care is and your rate of healing. READ MORE

  • What will be discussed at my periodontal follow up?

    Follow up appointments after surgery are very important for the Dentist performing the procedure to ensure that everything is healing properly. Although you may feel fine, there may be complications in the way things are healing that you may not know about. So, unless you are a dentist yourself, it is highly recommended that you show up for your follow-up appointment. READ MORE

  • Can I scrape plaque off my teeth?

    Plaque is the initial soft form of substance that eventually turns into calculus, the hard calcium deposits that cause gingivitis and eventually periodontal disease. The answer to your question is yes, however you do not need to "scrape" it off. I will come off with daily brushing and flossing. The hard calculus cannot be removed with brushing and flossing/. It will have to be professionally removed or "scraped off" by a dental hygienist. READ MORE

  • The insides of my teeth are turning black. Why?

    This can be something as simple as a stain or as severe as a need for root canal treatment. The fact that it is starting to hurt you is what is most concerning. Pain is usually associated with nerve involvement and the tooth will probably need at the very least a filling. I suggest that you get to your dentist as soon as possible for evaluation. READ MORE

  • How long does the hole take to close after tooth extraction?

    The extraction site should heal up within a couple of weeks. However the "hole" can take several months for it to fill in with bone, and up to a year to flatten out and appear normal again. READ MORE

  • Can I keep my wisdom teeth?

    The answer is yes! You can keep them as long as you have room in your mouth for them, they do not crowd your existing teeth, or they are not prone to cavities. They need to be removed the minute they start having large cavities or start to cause other problems for the other teeth. You need to keep them very clean and have frequent check-ups to ensure that they are healthy. READ MORE

  • Steps I should take to recover after wisdom teeth removal?

    A soft diet and lots of rest for the first few days is essential. Also, it is imperative that you do not swish water, smoke, or disturb the clots at any time to avoid a dry socket. Make sure you use your medications as directed, especially the antibiotic. The younger you are, the quicker you will recover. READ MORE

  • Does gum pain mean I'm losing my teeth?

    Gum pain is usually an indication of gingivitis, the first stage of gum disease. You can lose your teeth if you do not address it quickly with a cleaning with your hygienist and a dental check up. The short answer is yes, but it depends on the severity of the gum pain and how long you wait to address it. READ MORE

  • Do crowns on front teeth look natural?

    The short answer is yes, However, the look of the crown depends on the skill of the dentist, the choice of materials, and the skill of the lab technician manufacturing the crown. Today's dental porcelain materials are so good that can mimic your tooth exactly or improve on the colors for multiple teeth if you want. Gone are the days when the porcelain is fused to metal, leaving a black line at the bottom of the crown, READ MORE

  • How long after getting a cavity filled does it stop hurting?

    Times vary for soreness on a tooth to go away after dental treatment. It can take a few days an even up to a month, depending on the size and amount of teeth you had worked on. You should only worry if the pain increases or starts to ache without provocation. READ MORE

  • How long does a temporary crown last?

    Temporary crowns are designed to last several weeks while your crown is being fabricated at a lab. They can last several months, however it is not recommended to go over 3 months. READ MORE

  • Is a teeth cleaning by a dentist necessary?

    Professional dental cleanings are absolutely necessary for a healthy mouth. All people, including dentists, will miss some areas of their mouths when they clean their teeth at home. Skipping out on professional cleanings can lead to periodontal disease and the need for many fillings and crown. So, if you want to make your dentist rich, do not get your teeth cleaned professionally. READ MORE

  • When can I eat normally after tooth extraction?

    Generally, you can eat normally after about 3-7 days. The variation on the time depends on the size of the extracted tooth, the presence of sutures, and the rate of healing of the patient. Your dentist will be able to give you a more accurate time estimate after the extraction is completed. READ MORE

  • How is a jaw disorder diagnosed?

    The first step is to go to your Dentist to have a baseline assessment of your condition to determine if this a muscular problem or a TMJ (jaw joint) problem. The dentist will then be able to tell you how best to tackle the issue once your symptoms are assessed. Many times these types of problems can be managed with some simple excercises, massage therapy, and/or a nightguard., READ MORE

  • Is it possible to brush my teeth way too much?

    Brushing and flossing your teeth after every meal is the best thing a person can do to maintain healthy teeth. No harm will come to your teeth as long as you are using a soft tooth brush and you are not exerting to much pressure on the teeth when you do it. Remember, let the bristles do the work for you. READ MORE

  • How should I prepare for my root canal?

    There are no special preparations for doing a root canal. You only have to prepare if you are doing it under sedation. Root canal treatment is no different than getting a filling. You hear the horror stories about root canals when they are being completed under emergency situations where you can't get numb. READ MORE

  • Is my jaw pain from wisdom teeth?

    Wisdom tooth pain is the most likely suspect when having the type of pain that you are describing. The pain may also be from a cavity that has now reached the nerve. The only way to know for sure is to get it checked out by your dentist. READ MORE

  • Why does a cracked tooth have to be pulled?

    Hello, A cracked tooth needs to pulled if it is cracked all the way through. This usually happens when a patient waits too long to fix it and it has broken all the way through. A cracked tooth can be repaired with a crown if it is caught early enough. The best way to avoid losing a tooth is to have your teeth checked every six months and have your fillings and crowns done as early as possible when they are diagnosed. READ MORE

  • Do cavities ever need to be refilled?

    Cavities may need to be refilled for a variety of reasons. It could be from poor home care (not flossing) causing the cavity to return, it could be that the filling was not properly prepared, or it could be that the filling has cracked. It is impossible to tell without having it looked at. The symptoms you are describing are more consistent with nerve pain in the tooth and it is possible that you may need Root Canal Therapy. You should see your dentist as soon as possible to make sure. READ MORE

  • My son cracked his tooth and won't get if fixed. Are there any risks?

    Lets just say you will be vindicated at some point! The tooth will eventually die and he will need to have root canal therapy or an extraction. It may take months or even years for this to happen. It will be a rude awakening when it does because it will probably hurt a lot when it does. Don't worry, your son will come around when the pain hits. Hopefully it will not be to late to save the tooth when it does. READ MORE

  • Can my silver fillings be replaced with white fillings?

    The answer to this is yes. However you shouldn't get them replaced until they need to be. Silver filling can last a long time if your are doing good home care and regular visits to the dentist. Some last as long as 25 years and beyond. The key is to remove them as soon as they begin to break down. Do not wait until they break. Usually it is the tooth structure that breaks before the filling does. Visit your dentist every six months and really take to heart when they tell you it is time to change them out. READ MORE

  • How often can I use a mouthwash in a day?

    Generally, you should use mouth wash every time you brush and floss which should be at the very least, once a day and preferably after every meal. There is no downside to using mouth wash as often as you like as long as it is not alcohol based. The alcohol will tend to dry out your mouth and kill a lot of the good bacteria that is essential to the health of your mouth. You may have a more serious issue if you use mouth wash all day long and still have bad breath. You may have periodontal disease or an active infection if you constantly have bad breath. Mouth wash is no substitute for brushing and flossing. Have your dentist check it out if the bad breath is constant. READ MORE

  • How can I help my child's fear of the dentist?

    The best thing to do in this situation is to have the child go with you to your Cleaning appointment as an observer. Tell her that you are going to the dentist and that she needs to go with you just to watch. Knowing that she will not be the subject may make it easier for her to go. Talk to your dentist ahead of time to make sure the whole staff is on board. READ MORE

  • How often do you need your teeth cleaned?

    You should get your teeth professionally cleaned every six months. There are many places in the mouth that people miss, even if they are very diligent. Chances are you probably have gingivitis if you are very lucky and probably early stages of periodontal disease. Get to your dentist as soon as possible! READ MORE

  • Are my medications staining my teeth?

    Generally, medications will not stain your teeth. Most likely, the dyes in your medications are staining the plaque or hardened tarter on your teeth. Go see your Dental Hygienist and get your teeth cleaned at least twice a year. READ MORE

  • What are the early signs for gum disease?

    Hello! Gum disease is characterized by swollen, red, and puffy gums. The gums may bleed when brushing and often from flossing infrequently. The cause is usually from a build-up of plaque on the teeth that hardens over time and attracts bacteria that attacks the gums. The best way to get rid of it is to have your teeth professionally cleaned and then brushing and flossing at least twice a day after the cleaning. The white spots may be a sign of gum disease if they are accompanied by the red swollen gums. The white spots may be normal if they are on pink healthy gum tissue. It is impossible to know for sure without an examination from your dentist. Bottom line, if your gums hurt and bleed whenever you decide to floss, you probably have gingivitis. The first and only reversible stage of gum disease. Get your teeth cleaned as soon as possible if it has been over 6 months. READ MORE

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